Ed Baxter says he wants to find the thief who has stolen some of the fun from sports. Serra High School, New England Patriots aren’t playing the true spirit of sports.
Ed Baxter discusses the fine line between the right to demonstrate and the right of people whom the demonstrators disrupt.
Ed Baxter shows what can happen when a protestor goes through police training. Improving community relations and understanding is a key to race relations.
Ed Baxter questions whether the war in Afghanistan is over. NATO has lowered its flag, but we still will have 10,000 people there.
Ed Baxter looks back on the top stories of 2014 and ahead to 2015. He tries to make sense of what, if anything, we have learned: from Ebola to ISIS to the Sony Hack.
Ed Baxter says Jim Harbaugh may have followed his dream. Jed York needs to sort out his nightmare. Either way – Harbaugh to Michigan.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of whether to laugh or cry over the North Korea/Sony film incident. Should the movie “The Interview” crisis be viewed as humor or sad? Kim Jong Un’s government says President Obama acts like a monkey.
Ed Baxter points out the things our government needs to do along with the things we need to do to make 2015 a good year.
Ed Baxter comments on Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco asking the congregation to wear black. He says the message is “black lives matter”.
Ed Baxter says New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is very impressive in talking about race relations, community relations and racism.
Ed Baxter says this Thanksgiving was a time for family, some shopping, and how to get along better as a society.
Ed Baxter is trying to Make Sense of whether 49ers owner Jed York’s tweet was a good idea. Did he throw Jim Harbaugh under the bus?
Ed Baxter says Jennifer Lawrence has spoken out on her hacked nude pictures. She says anybody who looks at them is a sex offender and that her boyfriend would have looked at porn if she hadn’t sent them.
Ed Baxter seems to feel there is really excitement for the Baseball playoffs this year. Angels, Dodgers, Nationals out. Giants, Cardinals, Royals Orioles in. Could be a wild card World Series?
Ed Baxter talks about taking labels out of society. Raven Simone talks with Oprah Winfrey about not wanting to be labeled “gay” or “African American”. She says she wants to be known as an American.
Ed Baxter says the President has given the GOP a gift in their quest to pick up six Senate seats. As hard as it is to be President, he has made it harder.
Ed Baxter talks about the Giants game one win over the Nationals. He says games are not played on paper.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of whether this is a very worthy challenge like the Ice Bucket, or a cheap sophomoric publicity stunt.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of whether more anonymous email accounts is a good thing. There are companies like Bit Torrent and Guerilla Mail which protect privacy.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of a new poll that shows three quarters of us are confused about the important issues. The AP GfK poll says those who know more are more confused.
Ed Baxter shares Hunter Pence’s celebratory/inspirational speech to the Giants after they win a playoff spot. There are a lot of bleeps.
Ed Baxter reports it couldn’t have been any sweeter for Yankee fans or for Derek Jeter in his final at bat at Yankee Stadium. Derek Jeter, man of class.
Ed Baxter details Emma Watson’s address before the United Nations on feminism. Also the threat against her to expose nude photos.
Ed Baxter says the Forty Niners have been out-coached and have lost their emotional cool. Niners lose to the Arizona Cardinals in terrible fashion.
Ed Baxter reports the Bay Area News Group has endorsed Jerry Brown even though it doesn’t agree with some of his major campaign issues. Baxter asks if that makes sense.
Ed Baxter discusses the Alibaba IPO. It is huge for Silicon Valley, Yahoo, Google, Facebook.
Ed Baxter wonders if the world will finally wake up about Radical Islam after the threats of public random beheadings in Australia.
Ed Baxter shares stories on Jewel’s constructive divorce, $5000 paid for virginity in China, woman arrested for driving in Saudi Arabia, and Lady Gaga’s positive tweets.
Ed Baxter says he thinks the Miss America pageant has become fun again. It is more than just bust lines and at measurements. Miss New York performed with a red plastic cup to Pharell Williams Happy.
Ed Baxter responds to an email from a man who wants him to stop talking about domestic violence. 1 in 3 women in the U.S. is a victim. Baxter says the NFL needs to change as does society as a whole.
Ed Baxter points out there is a difference of opinion within the Obama administration about whether we are at war with ISIS.
Ed Baxter reports on homework assignment that had middle schoolers comparing George W. Bush and Adolph Hitler.
Ed Baxter says we can’t forget what happened on 9/11. He and his wife visited Ground Zero and he says there are messages we have to remember.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen disagree about the punishment handed to Ravens’ Ray Rice. He has been cut from the team for hitting his wife.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of the President’s delay on immigration reform. He says it seems to make Latinos angry, fuel Republicans, and make Democrats hide.
Ed Baxter discusses whether it makes sense to put up the hacked nude celebrity nude photos in an art exhibit. He says it is to make a privacy point.
Ed Baxter quotes Dianne Feinstein in saying President Barack Obama is “too cautious.” Is it time to send in Marines?
Ed Baxter says the FBI and Apple are trying to find out how the nude pictures got hacked. He also says private information can’t be guaranteed to be safe on those sharing sites.
Ed Baxter in Broken News checks Pot and Domestic Violence, Coffee plus a nap, Michael Sam cut, your house’s smell, Mark Wahlberg to Donnie and Jenny McCarthy “sorry not going to wedding.”
Ken Dito and Ed Baxter ask the question would the Forty Niners be having these kind of legal issues in the Bill Walsh days.
Broken News is a collection of stories like a Maserati painted like a police car, pretending you dog is a cat, how much are we working, binge TV watching, our bacteria follows us. Ed Baxter hosts.
Ed Baxter says he has changed his mind about Miley Cyrus taken the homeless man to the MTV music awards. She was trying to help runaway children.
Ed Baxter asks what Burial Life Insurance is? Is it life insurance or death insurance? What is auto insurance? Is health insurance actually sickness insurance?
Ed Baxter discusses the social media buzz after Sophia Vergara got up on a pedestal and was turned around in a circle. The question was whether she was objectified.
Ed Baxter details an altercation over the use of the Knee Defender. A man says he didn’t want his laptop crushed. Also, Howard Stern Ice Challenges Casey Kasem.
Ed Baxter asks who is the biggest idiot: the aggressive fast driver or the driver who drives 65 in the fast lane and won’t move over?
Ed Baxter details the difference in strength between the Napa Quake and the Quake of 1989. A 7.0 quake is 10 times stronger than a 6.0.
Paper or Plastic? Calfornia has a new piece of legislation it is considering which bans single use plastic bags. Ed Baxter looks at the arguments.
Ed Baxter discusses the Pew Research Poll on whether race is getting too much attention in the Ferguson, Missouri discussions. Ed feels there is a large disconnect between races and that everybody needs to understand.
Ed Baxter details the Friends of Faith Breast Cancer Challenge. Ed talks about Rosie Allen’s involvement and how you can walk and fight Breast Cancer.